The Institute for the Renewal of Christian Catechesis exists to serve the church by promoting biblical, historical, theological, and ecumenical approaches to catechesis.
We are a research and educational non-profit that seeks to promote catechetical teaching in local churches. Rooted in the Anglican tradition, and with an ecumenical scope, we are a meeting ground for pastors, educators, historians, theologians, and anyone else who desires to see Christians formed in the faith in a robust way.
Recent Blog Posts
Tim Keller and James K. A. Smith on the challenges of catechesis in a secular age
Ian Green on the differences between Protestant and Catholic approaches to catechesis at the dawn of the Reformation.